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Joel R. Poinsett writes to Thomas Dunlap, the President of the Bank of the United States, introducing Mr. Offley to him to confer with while in Philadelphia. Dated July 25, 1840.
[recto] J.R. Poinsett /private/ Washington July 25 1840 Dear Sir Allow me to introduce to you Mr. Offley of this office, who is intrusted to confer with you while in Philadelphia. With great regard, I am Dear Sir, Yours truly [signed] J.R. Poinsett Mr. Dunlap Prest Bank N.L.[?] Philadelphia
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Joel R. Poinsett, Thomas Dunlap, Bank of the United States, president, Offley, Philadelphia, July 25 1840, 1840
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